Of course you can attend services there if you are not a member. Its not my parish but it is my diocese. You will be asked not to take photos during the service. And do remember, its NOT part of Colonial Williamsburg although the CW listings make it seem such.
The Shop and Heritage Center are free to enter, located at 331 West Duke of Gloucester, just walk west from the church toward Merchants Square.
I'd love to answer the question, but alas! All I see are answers. So I'll add my voice to those and note that this is a real, currently active church. So yes, you are welcome to attend the very real services.
I don't know what the question is, but if you want to worship there I'm sure you'd be welcomed and welcomed warmly. It's an active Episcopal Church, so keep this in mind. Check out the website. Go. It will be a true worship experience. None of this new flashing lights and smoke.
Don't miss out on their free public concerts on certain evenings. They are all listed on their website. Be advised that there are no restroom facilities in the church at all -- it is authentic to the colonial period. There are restrooms nearby at the Powder Magazine or up at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore, 2nd floor. Enjoy! It's well worth a visit.
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